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Feng Shen Ji

Feng Shen Ji

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Legend and the Hero, Chronicles of the God's Order, The Legend and the Hero
Japanese: 封神記

Information

Type: Manhua
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 38
Status: Finished
Published: 2010 to 2011
Authors: Tang, Chi Fai (Art), Zheng, Jian He (Story), Cheng, Kin Wo (Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 8.441 (scored by 3598 users)
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Ranked: #1882
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Popularity: #618
Members: 8,124
Favorites: 259
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Chapters: /38

Synopsis

The Great Shang dynasty has been in power for many years but the Gods find fault with the new emperor. Instead of submitting to their will at the expense of his people, the Emperor resolves to throw off the Gods' yoke and free humanity. However, not only the Gods but a rival, the young Zhou who submits to the Gods' will for his own purposes will face him!

The fate of the dynasty, nay, the fate of all humanity will be determined by this great battle between the forces of Heaven and Earth!

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Wu, Geng
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Zi, Zhou
Zi, Zhou
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ErXing, NiTian
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Zi, Yu
Zi, Yu
Supporting
Tian
Tian
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Bai Cai
Bai Cai
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Tian, Kui
Tian, Kui
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95PercentCaim
Jul 3, 2015
Although the term, "Epic", has lost its splendor thanks to youth culture and its incessant need to exaggerate mundanity; I really can't use any other term to concisely describe Feng Shen Ji. This manhua is about man's war against the gods, but unlike other fictional comics that have failed to truly convey a war of epic proportions; Feng Shen Ji does so in the most colorful of ways.

Fights range from one on one skirmishes to all out war between civilizations. Match-ups variate from steel against magic, man versus immortal, and brains to brawns.

Rather than rely on a single overarching theme, Feng Shen Ji takes read more
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tcubed
May 10, 2013
Bored one evening I saw the high rating of this manga but not many reviewers so thought I would give it a try. I can't believe this manga isn't more popular.

We'll start off with the story. The main character isn't some sort of tragic hero, he is somebody that you actually start off disliking straight from the bat. His arrogance, weakness and selfishness are somewhat irritating when compared to the other characters, this however doesn't last very long.

The protagonist doesn't suffer from some cruel fate or poor upbringing and become a hero overnight. There is a long journey ahead of him and many hardships. read more
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sugodemic
Sep 2, 2014
These days, seinen, geared towards young adult men and older, are thought of as the mature, intelligent evolution from shounen. In turn, shounen are seen by some as mindless and flashy acts of violence and softcore eroticism meant to feed young boys’ growth in testosterone. Both vast opinions have flaws, just like any opinion born from the extremely flawed mind of a human, but the stereotypes of each genre are true in some way: shounen are indeed geared toward young boys and seinen are geared towards men who want a story with more mature themes. Having this in mind, the manhua Feng Shen Ji completely read more
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Jubei07
Mar 15, 2013
I have recently added this series to my favorites list because I find myself craving more. This is one of those manga (in this case, manhua) that gets your attention and leaves you desiring the further development of the story line. The main character, Wu Geng, is a prime example of good character development in a story. Not to mention, the full color pages are beautifully done and add to the overall quality of this manhua.

Without delving too much into the story, we start off with a great tragedy that occurs in a young boys life. It may appear that fate is not on Wu read more
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